UCW MBA students are learning how to become innovative problem solvers, an important characteristic that is also a focus for Prime Minister Trudeau as he works to turn Canada into a leader in innovation and research.
A federal program proposed by Canadian Immigration Minister John McCallum will allow skilled foreign workers to fast-track their permanent residency. This program will benefit international students looking to stay in Canada.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau believes education and resiliency are key to fostering innovation and boosting the Canadian economy. Students in UCW’s MBA program will learn about the importance of innovation and how to analyze business challenges.
A new report by PricewaterhouseCoopers says Canadian banks are creating partnerships with fintech companies to support industry growth. MBA graduates are well-equipped to join this industry and succeed in the competitive business environment
Small businesses are an important component to Canada’s economy which is why TELUS encourages small business owners and entrepreneurs to take part in its annual Small Business Challenge. UCW MBA graduates will find they are ready to accept a challenge like this because they can apply the practical experience they learned at university to real-life business scenarios.